Tis that time of year when families across the country hunker down at home and make a point of spending quality time together. Whether it’s during the holiday rush or aft er the New Year settles in, it seems a good board game is always in season. And thanks to a new movement in gaming design, there are plenty of options that appeal to kids and adults alike.
For educators who are interested in using games for learning -- specifically towards developing skills as they relate to the Common Core State Standards -- here are five games students can enjoy and...
From creative business alliances to taking something old and making it new, 360KID CEO Scott Traylor shares the notable trends and tech toys from this year's Toy Fair, as well as the non-tech toys that caught his eye.
Next month, if you walk into any Target store across the country, browsing one of the main hubs of mass American consumerism, you’ll find a board game that teaches the fundamentals of computer programming to preschoolers. It’s called Robot Turtles. To play, you spread toy turtles across a grid—among various boxes, brick walls, and ice…
US-based tutoring service Sylvan Learning is marking its presence in the mobile space by tapping tech company Fingerprint to create SylvanPlay, an educational mobile games network consisting of eight educational apps for kids.
Did you know that March is “Music in Our Schools Month“? Think of it as a great time to highlight the importance of comprehensive, sequential music education taught by exemplary music educators for all through concerts, lessons, and public performances and advocacy activities. A time to squelch the image of the “band geek” and celebrate music as a learning opportunity …
Interactive games and electronics may be propelling the toy industry forward in the digital age, but this year's Toy of the Year (TOTY) Awards have sent a clear message that offline may just be more on-trend than ever - especially among girls. Craft sensation Rainbow Loom from Choon's Design took home the coveted Toy of the Year title as well as three category awards, while GoldiBlox's Spinning Machine picked up the People's Choice award at the 14th annual TIA-administered event in New York.
Fun products for kids that encourage learning and creativity don;t have to be electronic.
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